What is the opposite of creep?

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Opposite of to move slowly and carefully in order to avoid being heard or noticed
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Opposite of to move very slowly (towards something)
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Opposite of to move or act at a slow or leisurely pace
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Opposite of to advance in a coy, furtive, or unobtrusive manner
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Opposite of to act in an obsequious way
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Opposite of to act in an obsequious way in order to gain favor or mercy
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Opposite of to move stealthily or warily
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Opposite of to move or go in a furtive or stealthy way
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Opposite of to walk while shuffling or dragging the feet
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Opposite of to intrude on someone else's territory, rights, business or personal affairs
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Opposite of to move somewhere in a slow and steady way
“Laurel told me that while I was at the entrance to her building, she saw two men in a black car stop next to my car.”
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(of a person or animal) Opposite of to move about restlessly and stealthily, especially in search of prey
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Opposite of to drip or dribble down vertically (in drops)
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Opposite of to depart quietly, without being noticed
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Opposite of to move (something or oneself) slowly and carefully
“The second wall of rock doesn't quite meet the one I have been sliding along, so I force myself into the narrowing gap, totally sightless.”
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Opposite of to extend or cause to extend in a particular direction
“The path will stop at the end of the bank where the river meets the sea.”
Noun
Opposite of a detestable person
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Opposite of a disreputable or detestable person
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Opposite of a person who behaves obsequiously to someone important
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Opposite of a low-bred, presuming person
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Opposite of a worthless, despicable person
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Opposite of something that is made larger by size or amount
“All questions showed a decrease in knowledge retention from the first posttest to the delayed-posttest.”
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Opposite of an unpleasant or detestable person
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Opposite of one who flatters
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Opposite of a person in attendance at a royal court
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Opposite of a person or thing which causes annoyance
“My loving family is a great blessing to me.”
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